The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
July 9, 2015

Donald Miller’s Close-Up: Episode 388

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A Boundless couple’s honeymoon drop-in, plus Donald Miller’s journey toward vulnerability, and a guy wonders why he’s always crushing on women.

Featured musical artist: Andy Needham Band


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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Welcome to Our Honeymoon

22:14 – 

Brian Maloy has been a longtime fan of Boundless, so when he started dating Clara, it’s only natural that Boundless articles and podcasts came up in conversation. Imagine the Boundless team’s elation when Brian and Clara announced that their honeymoon plans included a visit to the Boundless offices in Colorado Springs! Naturally, the team put them in the studio to tell their story for this segment.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

The Courage to Get Close

Guests: Donald Miller,

27:31 – 

In looking back on his life, celebrated author and entrepreneur Donald Miller describes himself as the consummate actor. In his new book, Scary Close, Don says, “I’d learned my default mode was to perform. Even in small groups I feel like I have to be ‘on.'” But craving true intimacy forced him to eventually drop the act and invest in real relationships. The unsettling process began with therapy, then friends and mentors, and continued with the pursuit of his wife, Betsy. It wasn’t easy, and the learning continues, but Don says it’s worth the wait. Even better, he argues it’s something available to anyone who prioritizes love and vulnerability.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Crush Conviction

Guests: Candice Watters,

5:04 – 

He’s caught in a cycle of crushing on girls, even when he hardly knows them. Is there a way to take a more realistic approach to relating to these women? Candice Watters offers advice.

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